Arbitration Award. All arbitration awards shall be final and binding as provided by Section 42 of the Trade Union Act. An arbitrator may not alter, modify or amend any part of this Agreement, but shall have the power to modify or set aside any unjust penalty of discharge, suspension or discipline imposed by the Employer on an Employee.
Arbitration Award. The arbitrator’s award shall be final and binding unless a party appeals it in writing to the arbitration forum within fifteen days of notice of the award or pursuant to the rules of the arbitration forum, whichever is later. The appeal must request a new arbitration before a panel of three neutral arbitrators selected in accordance with the rules of the same arbitration forum. The panel will consider all factual and legal issues anew, follow the same rules that apply to a proceeding using a single arbitrator, and make decisions based on the vote of the majority. Costs will be allocated in the same manner as allocated before a single arbitrator. An award by a panel is final and binding on the parties after fifteen days of notice of the award or pursuant to the rules of the arbitration forum, whichever is later. A final and binding award is subject to judicial intervention or review only to the extent allowed under the Federal Arbitration Act or other applicable law. A party may seek to have a final and binding award entered as a judgment in any court having jurisdiction.
Arbitration Award. If an arbitrator assesses an award against the Contractor, the Contractor shall promptly furnish a copy of said award to the Owner. The Owner may use any amounts retained under Article 188.8.131.52.1 to pay the worker the amount as designated in the arbitration award. If the retained funds are insufficient to pay the worker in accordance with the arbitration award, the worker has a right of action against the Contractor, and/or the surety to receive the amount owed, plus attorneys’ fees and court costs. The Owner has no duty to release any funds to either the claimant or the Contractor until it has received the notices of agreement or the arbitration award.
Arbitration Award. If there is only one arbitrator, his or her decision shall be binding and conclusive. Similarly, a decision by a panel of arbitrators shall also be binding and conclusive. The submission of a dispute to the arbitrators and the rendering of their decision shall be a condition precedent to any right of legal action on the dispute. A judgment confirming the award of the arbitrators may be rendered by any court having jurisdiction; or the court may vacate, modify, or correct the award in accordance with the provisions of the Texas General Arbitration Act (Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code ss. 171.087 et seq as it may be amended from time to time).
Arbitration Award. In rendering an award or decision (the “Arbitration Award”), the arbitrators shall be required to follow the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Any arbitration proceedings or Arbitration Award rendered hereunder and the validity, effect and interpretation of this arbitration agreement shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §1 et seq. The Arbitration Award shall be in writing and may, but shall not be required to, briefly state the findings of fact and conclusions of law on which it is based.
Arbitration Award. The Arbitrators shall endeavor to issue a reasoned, written award within thirty (30) days of the conclusion of the arbitration hearing. The Arbitrators shall have the authority to assess some or all of the costs and expenses of the arbitration proceeding (including the Arbitrators’ fees and expenses) against any party. The Arbitrators shall also have the authority to award attorneys’ fees and expenses to the prevailing party or parties. In assessing the costs and expenses of the arbitration and/or awarding attorneys’ fee and expenses, the Arbitrators shall consider the relative extent to which each party has prevailed on the disputed issues and the relative importance of those issues. The limitations of Section 7.14 shall apply to any award by the Arbitrators.
Arbitration Award. Only damages allowed pursuant to this Agreement may be awarded. It is expressly agreed that the arbitrators shall have no authority to award treble, exemplary or punitive damages of any type under any circumstances regardless of whether such damages may be available under Texas law, the Parties hereby waiving their right, if any, to recover treble, exemplary or punitive damages in connection with any Dispute, either in arbitration or in litigation. The arbitrators shall render their final decision within 20 Days of the completion of the final hearing fully resolving all of the Disputes that are the subject of the arbitration proceeding. The arbitrators’ ultimate decision after final hearing shall be in writing. The arbitrators shall certify in their decision that no part of their award includes any amount for treble, exemplary or punitive damages not allowed hereunder. The arbitrators’ decision shall be final and non-appealable to the maximum extent permitted by law. Any and all of the arbitrators’ orders and decisions may be enforceable in, and judgment upon any award rendered in the arbitration proceeding may be confirmed and entered by, any federal or state court having jurisdiction.
Arbitration Award. In rendering an award or decision (the “Arbitration Award”), the arbitrators shall be required to follow the Applicable Law set forth in Section 24.13. Any arbitration proceedings or Arbitration Award rendered hereunder and the validity, effect and interpretation of this arbitration provision shall be governed by the Federal Arbitration Act, 9 U.S.C. §1 et seq. The Arbitration Award shall be in writing and may, but shall not be required to, briefly state the findings of fact and conclusions of law on which it is based. Any monetary Arbitration Award shall be made and payable in U.S. dollars free of any tax, deduction or offset. Subject to Section 22.7, each party against which an Arbitration Award assesses a monetary obligation shall pay that obligation on or before the thirtieth (30th) day following the date of such Arbitration Award or such other date as such Arbitration Award may provide.
Arbitration Award. Regardless of the format of the arbitration, the Claim Arbitrator shall provide a reasoned decision, in writing within 30 days after the hearing or, if no hearing is held, within 30 days after any rebuttal or supplemental statements are due. The decision must clearly specify the relief, if any, awarded and contain a brief statement of the reasons for the award. The arbitration award is binding only between you and PeopleMedia and will not have any preclusive effect in another arbitration or proceeding that involves a different Party. The Claim Arbitrator may, however, choose to consider rulings from other arbitrations involving a different Party. The Arbitrator may award fees and costs as provided by the NAM Rules or to the extent such fees and costs could be awarded in court. This includes but is not limited to the ability of the Arbitrator to award fees and costs if the Arbitrator determines that a claim or defense is frivolous or was brought for an improper purpose, for the purpose of harassment, or in bad faith.